There are over 32,000 people in Coventry caring for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support.
A cross party national committee of MPs has been taking a closer look at Coventry’s efforts to reduce health inequalities in the city.
Due to essential maintenance work, a number of online systems will be inaccessible.
Coventry shoppers can be transported to a north African bazaar or Peruvian market if they visit Bull Yard over the next week.
Following the success of previous campaigns, the anti-scam charity Think Jessica has launched a hard hitting ‘Scam Trap’ campaign.
Rio de Janeiro may be some 6,000 miles away, but supporters of Team GB are set to be taken closer to the action at this summer’s Olympic Games as Coventry is confirmed as an Official Team GB FanZone.
Coventry libraries will be celebrating Elmer Day on Saturday 28 May with fun stories, activities and displays across the city.
The leader of Coventry City Council has moved to reassure local people and sports fans following recent coverage about Coventry rugby club's idea to create a shared stadium with CCFC.
People in Coventry could miss out on having their say in the upcoming EU referendum because they haven’t registered to vote.
Coventry shoppers will be transported around the world when the first International Craft Fair comes to Bull Yard next week.
Coventry city councillors are to hold a special meeting to debate whether Britain should vote to leave or remain in the EU in the Referendum taking place on 23 June.
Work on a new £8 million special school in Coventry is set to begin later this summer after being given the green light.
Big name urban artists have been added to Coventry Godiva Festival’s Rhythm Tent line up for 2016.
An extraordinary meeting of the Council scheduled for 17 May will now not take place after incoming Leader, George Duggins, promised regular updates on the West Midlands Combined Authority.
A leading Coventry councillor has spoken out following publication of the Department for Transport consultation for the InterCity West Coast franchise competition.
Judges hearing SISU's appeal on the Ricoh Arena verdict have supported Judge Hickinbottom’s original ruling and dismissed the appeal outright.
The Employer Hub has been helping Coventry firms find the right staff for over two years.
The number of young people in Coventry not engaged in education, employment or training (NEET) has fallen significantly, new national figures have revealed.
The Council is continuing its campaign to highlight the need for more foster carers for Coventry children by joining The Fostering Network’s National Foster Care Fortnight which runs from 16-29 May.
New artist’s impressions of how the city centre’s state of the art waterpark will look have been released.
Councillor Lindsley Harvard, will become the next Lord Mayor for 2016-17 on May 19 at the Mayor Making ceremony as part of the Council’s Annual General Meeting being held at the Cathedral.
The world’s oldest family reunited on Monday to meet Coventry’s Lord Mayor for a morning of tea and pastries. The Tweed family are originally from Coventry and had a total of 16 siblings.
New Cabinet roles have been announced at the Council.
Coombe Country Park will celebrate 50 years of being open to the public on Saturday (14 May).
The Priory Visitor Centre stands on the site of Coventry’s first Cathedral.
ICT are looking at the service offered to schools within the city and asking anyone who uses their services to complete a questionnaire.
Did you know that there are a few thousand children in the Midlands who were born in the UK but have no papers to stay here?
Coventry libraries are looking for volunteers aged 14 to 18 who enjoy spending time with young children to help staff run The Big Friendly Read Summer Reading Challenge.
There was a 27.48% turnout for the local elections. And the last result was returned shortly after 3.15am today.
We would like to offer young people aged 14 – 18 the opportunity to volunteer in our libraries this summer.